By Felicia Patterson A group of Windsor music artists have created a record label and are working to promote and expand their company. A record label called Validated Entertainment was founded by Dewey Knight, 26, in 2007. He received a
It is well known among post-secondary students in Windsor that receiving a doctor’s note will allow them to extend exam and assignment due dates. According to some students, many are using this policy in their favour. Universities and colleges across
Ten Thousand Villages is a fair trade store that has had a location in Windsor for 12 years. They are working with multiple developing countries to give more people the opportunity to earn a fair wage. Fair trade helps to
By Danielle Gagnier Mayors in Windsor and Tecumseh declared a State of Emergency on Thursday after massive amounts of rainfall. Both Mayor Gary McNamara and Mayor Drew Dilkens made their declarations in the afternoon on September 29 after close to
University Hockey The University of Windsor men’s ice hockey team will be traveling to the U.S. this weekend in preparation for their regular season which begins Oct. 7. The Lancers will be looking for another Ontario University Athletics
With school back in session, student athletes are busy working out in the gym and in the classroom. For many college students sports are a way to unwind from the stress of life and school. For some it is also
By Dawn Gray Local cyclists are hoping have more ground to cover as plans are underway to allow bicycles on bike racks to be transported by the Transit Windsor tunnel bus. According to Patrick Delmore, executive director of Transit Windsor,
Showing appreciation does not come as warm as it does from a quilted hug of support. The ladies of Quilts of Valour Canada come together every month to volunteer their time and give quilts to wounded veterans across the country.